Turkey’s Defense Industry Agenda 18 - 24 July 2022

The air defense missile Sungur, developed by Turkish engineers, entered the inventory of the Turkish Armed Forces with its man-portable, shoulder-fired version.

Nigerian Air Force Commander and the accompanying delegation visited Fly Bvlos Technology in Gebze.

Sahara Group, which provides training to defense industry companies, has reached customers in more than 50 countries.

3 new cooperation agreements were signed between Turkish Aerospace and Airbus.

Baykar Technologies sold Bayraktar TB2s to Bangladesh.

Developed by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation, the National Naval Cannon was successfully integrated into the TCG Beykoz corvette for port and sea tests.

Türksat, Turkey's sole communications satellite operator established on July 22, 2004, celebrated its 18th anniversary.

Turkish Aerospace CEO Temel Kotil said that they exported Hürkuş to Chad.

HAVELSAN employees wrote and staged a play about engineering for children.

The foundation for the last reactor was laid at Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant, Turkey's first nuclear power plant.

A contract for the export of 2 Landing Crafts was signed between Anadolu Shipyard and an African country.

Presidents of Turkey, Pakistan and Azerbaijan parliaments visited Baykar Technologies.

SAHA Istanbul determined 15 domestic companies with high technology projects to support.

With latest delivery made by Turkish Aerospace to the Turkish Land Forces, the number of ATAK helicopters delivered to the Turkish Armed Forces reached 73.

Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Fatih Dönmez visited TEI.

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